Miami Beach-based Adore Cosmetics has announced that it plans to open between 10 and 15 new Canadian stores, including three this year. The company has partnered with UHI Cosmetics and Think Retail for its Canadian expansion.
According to a press release, the new stores will be a “more luxurious retail experience” and “each new store will feature product demonstration stations that invite consumers to explore and fall in love with this popular line that encompasses beauty, anti-aging and organic skincare.” Adore’s stores feature more than 60 product lines and generally achieve high sales per square foot. It’s particularly known for its Organic Innovation line, which is based on organic extracts combined with age-defying plant stem cell technology.
The company currently operates six Canadian stores, including locations at CF Fairview Pointe Claire near Montreal, Tanger Outlets Cookstown in Cookstown, Ontario, Pickering Town Centre in Pickering, Ontario, The Pen Centre in St. Catharines, Ontario, at Southland Mall in Regina, as well as a location in downtown Vancouver.
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Adore Cosmetics has announced three new Canadian stores for 2016: Ottawa’s CF Rideau Centre (opening mid-August), at Oshawa Centre in Oshawa, Ontario (opening in October) and at Tsawwassen Mills (also opening in October), just south of Vancouver.
Adore is planning to open at least 10 to 15 more boutiques in Canada, according to the press release, with a primary focus in super regional malls in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario. The size required for each space is approximately 600 square feet to 1,200 square feet.
Adore Cosmetics launched in 2001 and it is considered to be one of the world’s leading manufacturers of luxury innovative skincare products. The company’s team includes research, manufacturing, wholesaling and retail components. The company has over 50 stores globally, and it’s continuing to expand throughout the United States as well as Mexico, U.S. Virgin Island, Caribbean, the UK, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.